Friday, what’s good? It’s ok if you missed out on St. A’s last night… everyone knows that tonight is the night to really get down. Bwog’s resident DJ Briana brings you an hour of jams to get you in the spirit.

  1. Thank God It’s Friday by R. Kelly – Not that hype of a song to be honest, but it inspired the name of this playlist and we gotta give credit where credit is due.
  2. I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times) by Jamie XX, Young Thug, Popcaan – Definitely a summer jam, but just because it’s after Labor Day doesn’t mean that we have to stop thinking about frolicking carefree on a beach or some other lighthearted warm weather memory.
  3. It Wasn’t Me by Shaggy – You can sing this song to your lawyer after you break a bottle on someone’s head at Mel’s!
  4. CHA CHA by D.R.A.M. – Funky funky funky. Can’t help but feel good when listening to this one.
  5. Aquafina (feat. GoldLink and Chaz French) –  It’s a long build-up, but the drop will surprise you no matter how many times you play this.
  6. March Madness by Future – This song wasn’t released on DS2, but Future’s album is fire and deserves to be listened to in its entirety.
  7. Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2 by A$AP Rocky – You can tell from the time the siren sounds in the first second of the song that this is gonna be a banger. Rocky’s entrance is flawless and compliments the beat incredibly. AT.LONG.LAST delivers, and this song is a perfect demonstration of Rocky’s genius.
  8. California Roll by Snoop Dogg feat. Stevie Wonder – Two legends (three if you count Pharrell on the production side) absolutely killing it. Undoubtedly chiller than LPFJ2, but still so so so good.
  9. Hotline Bling by Drake – The so-called “Millennial Anthem” samples a 1970s song by Timmy Thomas that was a hit back in the day, so it’s pretty cool that Drake takes a modern topic and puts it behind an older track. Good one, champagnepapi.
  10. Rihanna by Yo Gotti and Young Thug – The second Young Thug feature to make it on this playlist, so clearly the Atlanta native is doing everything right.
  11. Do My Thang by 7 Days of Funk – The artists promise perpetual funk, and they deliver. Stones Throw always knows what’s up.
  12. Suede by NxWorries – Singer Anderson.Paak and beat wizard Knxwledge teamed up to form NxWorries. This is one of the only songs that they have officially released, but we can’t wait for more to start popping up.
  13. Drive Me Crazy by KAYTRANADA and Vic Mensa – Another excellent duo that knows how to match a complex, unique beat with a good flow.
  14. Mandarin Oranges Part 2 by Little Simz – Little Simz is tearing it up… peep this song, but be sure to listen to her other stuff too.
  15. 3500 by Travi$ Scott and Future – Whatever your thoughts are about Scott’s long-anticipated Rodeo, you have to admit that the production on this song is worth listening to.